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An Evening with Graham Norton

Sunday 4th December 2016 7:30pm - 9pm Symphony Hall Literary Event

THSH and Foyles are proud to present An Evening with Graham Norton.

Graham Norton is well known as a brilliant broadcaster and comedian but he has now turned his hand to writing fiction. Join him for an evening ‘In Conversation’ discussing his debut novel, Holding, which has already been described as a surprising, compelling and gripping read, weaving black humour, acutely observed characters and emotional clout.

Please note that your ticket will also entitle you to a copy of Graham’s new book, Holding which can be collected from the Foyles stand at the event.

This event will be signed by a British Sign Language interpreter.

Venue: Symphony Hall, Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2EA
Tickets: £28 Standard (book & ticket)* OR £38 Premium (signed copy of book & best available seats)*

Please note, the show timings of 19:30 – 21:00 are approximate and subject to change. Please check with the venue for more information.

Available from: https://www.thsh.co.uk/event/an-evening-with-graham-norton

*All tickets include a copy of Graham's new book Holding, which can be collected on the night. All prices shown are inclusive of a £3 per ticket commission. (This also applies to phone and in person transactions – save 50p per ticket when you buy online. Please visit the THSH site for more information.) Commission exclusions apply.

 

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